Generic Xylocaine Jelly is a topical jelly-based solution that acts as a local anesthetic. It is exclusively used on the skin to reduce pain cause by skin conditions, such as sunburn, poison oak, minor cuts, insect bites, burns and scratches. This jelly is also used to reduce discomfort in anal region caused by hemorrhoids.
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The active ingredient of Generic Xylocaine Jelly is Lidocaine Hydrochloride. It is chemically known as acetamide, 2-(diethylamino)-N-(2,6-dimethylphenyl)-, monohydrochloride. The formula of the ingredient is C14H25ClN2O2. The inactive ingredients of the drug are methyl paraben, propylparaben, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, caustic soda and hydrochloric acid.
Lidocaine Hydrochloride works by obstructing nerve signals in the body. It stabilizes and inhibits neuronal membrane and conduction of nerve impulses respectively, thereby producing numbness in the part.
Use Generic Xylocaine jelly precisely as directed by your physician.
Do not apply in lesser or higher quantity or for more than recommended.
Your medicine comes with an instruction guide for safe use; follow the guide carefully. Consult your physician if you have any queries.
Too much use of this medicine may cause your body to absorb more of it. Skin that is irritated or cut could also absorb more of this cream than a healthy skin.
Apply less amount of the topical treatment to relieve pain. Do not cover the area of skin with a plastic wrap or bandage without a doctor’s advice.
You may use your finger to a cotton swab to apply the medicine.
Do not allow Generic Xylocaine jelly to come in contact with eyes, so be careful.
Accidently, if it comes in contact with your eyes, wash your eyes thoroughly with plenty of water.
While applying, avoid touching the gluey side of the skin applied with this medicine.
Keep the cream at room temperature away from direct light, heat and moisture.
Application of Generic Xylocaine jelly to deep wounds and swollen skin is prohibited. Also, avoid applying it on blistered skin areas.
Your doctor should be made aware of previous ailments such as damaged skin and liver disease.
This medicine is not harmful for the unborn baby. Consult your doctor if you are planning to conceive. Lidocaine can be passed on to the baby via the breast milk. Do not use the medicine if you are breast-feeding unless suggested by the physician.
The duration of treatment with Generic Xylocaine jelly is not specific. It is better to ask the consulting doctor about the probable course of therapy.
Probable Side Effects
Mild irritation of skin
Numbness or tingling
Redness or burning
The above-mentioned symptoms are general side effects of Generic Xylocaine, which may or may not occur. If they occur and trouble you, immediately call the doctor for medical intervention.
It is pretty rare or impossible that Generic Xylocaine jelly acts with other medical drugs or topical applications. Hence, inform you doctor about the undergoing medications before using this topical jelly.
Patients with allergic to Lignocaine are not allowed to use this local anesthetic.